noninvolved

noninvolved

(ˌnɒnɪnˈvɒlvd)
adj
not involved, having no relation or involvement; detached
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Knowledge of causative bacterial species and their resistance profile enables targeted antimicrobial therapy, limits ineffective antimicrobial therapy, and avoids in part unnecessary antimicrobial pressure to noninvolved bacterial pathogens (1).
We should also note that a proper cross-check by the noninvolved members of these four-ships would have given them the opportunity to see and prevent the impending collision between their element mates.
The clinical assessment of the scars revealed that most scars had increased pigmentation compared with surrounding noninvolved skin.
Falvella et al., "Association of lung adenocarcinoma clinical stage with gene expression pattern in noninvolved lung tissue," International Journal of Cancer, vol.
Patterns of personal and social adjustment among sport-involved and noninvolved urban middle-school children.
This result was confirmed by cultured keratinocytes from AD patients [sup][42] and that from the noninvolved skin of AD patients.[sup][43] Our immunohistochemical staining also revealed the decrease of LEKTI in AD, especially in acute AD lesion.
In patients with a spinal implant, the involved lumbar vertebras were excluded, and the mean bone density of noninvolved vertebrae was entered into the analysis.
This subjectivity prompts the participants to see themselves in a certain way--as a nation, invoked through the generic use of the proper noun "Russia" ([phrase omitted], proper noun, singular, genitive case) and the collective noun "people" ([phrase omitted], collective noun, accusative case), which is self-centered, self-contained, and noninvolved in the international arena.
The researchers grouped students into four categories: bullies, victims, bully-victims, and noninvolved. Elevated levels of symptoms of depression were found among all four student groups as compared to national benchmarks.
The most significant of these limitations was the fact that only four of the 13 studies exclusively involved parents whose children had actually experienced bullying; the remainder of the studies also included parents of bullies or noninvolved children, teachers, other school staff, and children and adolescents.
To adopt only the program of a merchant-nation in our foreign policy may lack the heady glamour of vast alliances, but it will define us most clearly as truly noninvolved in all contending ideologies, except in the ideology-if we may so call it-of a prosperous life for all people in all nations.